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Help a child who has witnessed violence.
Take 30 seconds and let survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence know you believe them.
What to say to Survivors.
It’s hard to know what to say to survivors of sexual assault or domestic violence. Here are some ways you can help.
You are not alone. Get help now.
Call our 24/7 Crisis Line
Hang it Up
Check out our tear away flyers, they are perfect for school, work, the gym or just about anywhere. They include our crisis information and can be precut so the numbers are easy to tear off. Print them off and hang them up around town to help people know they aren’t alone.
Protective orders can seem confusing. There are different kinds of orders and they differ from state to state and where do you even file them anyway? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. You can learn more on our website or give us a call at 1-844-Be-Safe-1.
Learn what it means to be an #EverydayAdvocate and get tools to share online to help raise awareness and show support for survivors of sexual or domestic violence.
Guest writer Dawne Gee shares her powerful story about fighting her way through an abusive marriage. It’s a must read.